Ride Manufactures...
#1
Here hopefully is a good topic for discussion.

Out of all the ride manufactures, which one would you most like to see build a ride for Lagoon? This excludes Lagoon building their own inhouse attractions of which we all know they do well at.

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#2
I would love to see a B&M. A Hyper, a Wing, a Floorless, an Invert, they would all fit perfectly at Lagoon. Smooth, graceful, and crowd-pleasing, these rides just do it all. It still baffles me that Lagoon hasn't built a B&M yet. Yes, a few years back, they wouldn't have been able to afford it, but with Cannibal, Lagoon showed that they are willing to spend in excess of $20M. It just makes sense for a park to build a B&M.
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#3
Let's get some more Rocky Mountain Construction in the Rocky Mountains?

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#4
(06-17-2020, 11:10 AM)DaSpanishPotato Wrote: I would love to see a B&M. A Hyper, a Wing, a Floorless, an Invert, they would all fit perfectly at Lagoon. Smooth, graceful, and crowd-pleasing, these rides just do it all. It still baffles me that Lagoon hasn't built a B&M yet. Yes, a few years back, they wouldn't have been able to afford it, but with Cannibal, Lagoon showed that they are willing to spend in excess of $20M. It just makes sense for a park to build a B&M.

Price in the past might have been an issue with B&M but like you said they have shown now to spend more than 20M. I don't think Lagoon will ever buy a B&M, the only model I would want anyway is a hyper.


(06-17-2020, 01:08 PM)HungryHippo66 Wrote: Let's get some more Rocky Mountain Construction in the Rocky Mountains?

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Couldn't agree more. The closest one is California and soon in South Dakota.

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#5
I second the B&M Hyper. I like how they can fit onto a fairly narrow piece of land.
Stuck at home...bored and annoyed.
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#6
A B&M Hyper would be cool, but I don't see Lagoon ever going with B&M.

I'd love a GCI in Pioneer Village. Something like Mystic Timbers would be awesome! It could interact with Rattlesnake Rapids and maybe have a turn over the Lagoon. That would be my number one choice for the park.
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#7
(06-17-2020, 02:16 PM)LSFMAN Wrote: A B&M Hyper would be cool, but I don't see Lagoon ever going with B&M.

I'd love a GCI in Pioneer Village. Something like Mystic Timbers would be awesome! It could interact with Rattlesnake Rapids and maybe have a turn over the Lagoon. That would be my number one choice for the park.
That would be awesome.

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#8
I think a Gravity Group woodie would be a great fit for the park. Something with lots of airtime and maybe even an inversion.

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#9
Does it need to be a Roller coaster/flat ride?
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#10
Where’s Sid with his HUSS Giant Frisbee?
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